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Rehousing Case Manager

Job Description
Organization: 
The Delores Project
Organization Type: 
501(c)(3)
Job Location: 
Denver Metro
Type of Job: 
Full-time
Job Category: 
Programs/Services
Job Description: 

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At The Delores Project, we provide safe, low-barrier shelter, housing, 以及为无家可归和住房不安全的个人提供个性化服务. 在阿罗约村的现场,365手机登录为无家可归的无人陪伴的成年妇女和变性人提供了一个24-7小时的住房收容所,并为摆脱长期无家可归的残疾人提供了一个35个单元的支持性住房公寓社区. 365手机登录还为德洛丽丝社区成员提供以社区为基础的善后照顾服务,帮助他们从收容所过渡到独立住房,以确保他们的稳定. 

365手机登录共同努力,确保所有人都能得到社区的支持和稳定的住房,以发挥他们的潜力. 365手机登录一直致力于成为丹佛大都会地区无家可归和贫困人群最具包容性和创新性的服务提供商,365手机登录以此为傲. 在365手机登录所有的项目中,365手机登录以客户为中心,以实力为基础,在减少伤害和创伤信息模型护理方面采取方法和实践. Our engagement with those we serve is rooted in our values of hospitality, respect, and dignity for each community member, whether they be staff, supportive housing resident, shelter guest, or volunteer.  365手机登录一直在寻找更多对365手机登录的服务充满热情和好奇的人, flexible, and mature, and who like to have fun and are open to continuous learning and growth in their work. 

365手机登录网页 the program

365手机登录的安置计划是在2021年制定的,目标是帮助更多的住宿客人过渡到稳定的住房. 365手机登录的一名安置案例经理会为所有入住的客人提供以住房为重点的案例管理,365手机登录的住房导航员也会在住宿过程中提供支持. Depending upon levels of income and stability, 一些客人可以从德洛丽丝项目获得长达九个月的租赁帮助. 365手机登录的一位住房专家为所有客人提供长达一年的持续案例管理,他的工作是帮助以前的客人在德洛丽丝以外找到一个支持社区,并帮助客户维持或增加收入,以便他们能够维持他们的住房. 

365手机登录网页 the job

Rehousing Case Managers are the face of housing first philosophy at The Delores Project, providing housing-focused case management assistance for shelter guests. Beginning at intake, 安置案例经理在与客人的第一次会面时就开始了撤离规划过程,并使用创造性的支持和干预措施,帮助客人尽快离开庇护所系统,进入稳定和合适的住房. In addition to helping guests write and work on their own individualized housing plans, RHCMs connect guests to on-site and/ or external behavioral healthcare, educational and vocational services, legal advice, help them obtain necessary identification required for housing, assist in past eviction or debt resolution. When guests are preparing to move into housing, RHCM与住房导航员和住房专家合作,将客人转移到持续护理计划,在那里他们将接受持续的社区病例管理.

365手机登录网页 you

  • 你们希望有机会支持和支持社区中那些无家可归和贫穷的人.
  • 你想要一个尊重和赞美每个团队成员的才能和生活经验的工作环境. 
  • You desire a workplace culture that values belonging, transparency, and empathy. 
  • 你希望主管能够支持所有团队成员的个人和专业成长.
  • 你希望在这样一个社区里度过你的时间,这些人通过社会正义和反种族主义的视角来看待他们的工作. 
  • 你喜欢一个总是有不断学习的机会的工作场所,并且有志于此的人还有职业发展和进步的空间.  
  • 你想要一个赞美你的生活和工作之外的责任的工作日程,想要一个支持个人生活和职业生活和谐相处的工作文化.

 

 

Areas of Responsibility
  • Works with guests through housing-first, strengths-based, trauma-informed, and harm-reduction approaches;
  • 每月至少与客人会面两次,并在所有强制性生活技能项目中监督客人的出席情况;
  • Maintain appropriate case notes and data for each guest in HMIS;
  • 接受“一家三口”系统的培训,并对所有客人进行VI-SPDAT评估;
  • Collaborate with Rehousing Manager, Housing Navigator, Peer Housing Specialist, Behavioral Health Counselor, 和住宿团队协助客人提高他们的稳定性和独立性;
  • Use SOARS training to help specific guests access federal benefits;
  • Accompany shelter guests to necessary medical, behavioral health, and/ or housing appointments as necessary;
  • 帮助客人参加RTD的低收入LiVE项目,并通过PEAK获得其他福利;
  • Participate in training, committees, staff enrichment activities, and weekly rehousing team meetings;
  • Model appropriate professional boundaries with guests and colleagues;
  • Maintain a flexible schedule, including some evening and weekend hours, in order to best meet the ranging needs of guests;
  • 与安置和安置小组合作,协助规划和/或促进生活技能规划;
  • Other program-related tasks as assigned by the Rehousing Manager.
Requirements/Qualifications
  • Lived experience in communities of color, Indigenous and/or LBGTQIA+ identity, 贫穷和/或无家可归的生活经历(在这些人群中工作或志愿服务的经历可以替代);
  • High emotional intelligence and maturity, 包括公开和诚实的沟通能力,用好奇心而不是判断力来解决冲突;
  • 作为团队的一部分工作的愿望——创造性地和协作地做出决定,并以彼此的最佳利益行事;
  • Experience with, or desire to work with people who have been victims of trauma, those with chronic mental health challenges and/ or substance use disorders;
  • Understanding of, or willingness to learn about, client-centered, strengths-based, trauma informed, and housing first models of service and care;
  • Prior training in mental health first aid, de-escalation, vicarious trauma, harm reduction, and crisis intervention;
  • An educational background in social work, social justice, counseling, gender or ethnic studies, human services, 和/或非营利组织管理(与不同社区的客户服务工作可以替代);
  • Prior case management experience with those experiencing housing instability, mental health crisis and/ or those with ongoing mental health challenges, traumatic brain injury, development disabilities, substance use disorders, etc.
  • Ability to suspend judgement of other people’s identities and life choices;
  • 相信专业界限的重要性,并理解如何与来自不同背景的人建立和维护这些界限;
  • Documentation of Covid-19 vaccination or medical exemption.
Compensation/Benefits
Compensation: 

This is a salaried position that pays $42,000 and includes an annual wage increase. 

 

Working Conditions

This position works with and supports a residential environment to include walking, standing, sitting, lifting up to 30 pounds, carrying, pushing, pulling, bending, reaching, balancing, stopping, and kneeling. Work also includes manual dexterity for typing/ operating a computer, holding, grasping, and turning objects. Work also requires the ability to speak and use normal or aided vision or hearing. Hazards may involve exposure to common household chemicals, occasional loud noises, and exposure to illness or unsanitary hygiene.

 

Benefits: 

德洛丽丝计划提供了优厚的福利待遇,包括11次带薪假期, PTO, medical/ dental/ vision/ life/ behavioral healthcare insurance, an optional flex-spending account, partial-paid parental leave, and an optional Simple IRA with a 3% employer match. 

 

How To Apply

德洛丽丝项目是一个机会均等的雇主,致力于为所有员工和合格的申请人提供不歧视和机会均等的政策. People with disabilities, BIPOC individuals, Hispanic/ Latinx individuals, Indigenous people, and LGBTQIA+ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. 

Interested applicants should email a resume and cover letter to [email protected]. Please put, "RH CM application" in the subject line. We are looking to interview and hire immediately. 

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